Top stories for the week of May 20

  • Dozens killed in Oklahoma tornado. Emergency crews combed the sticks and rubble remains of an Oklahoma City suburb after a massive tornado slammed through the community, flattening homes and demolishing an elementary school. At least 24 people were killed. Click here for the full story.

  • Police worried high school game could turn deadly. Teenagers with guns have been running around naked and breaking into homes. They say it's just a game, but police aren't playing around. Click here for the full story.

  • Powerball fever hits Milwaukee after $1M ticket sold. A store on the city's east side sold one of the $1 million Powerball tickets. There was a lot of buzz Monday at the Pick 'n Save on East Garfield Avenue near North Humboldt Street. Click here for the full story.

  • Vikings exec trash talks Packers fans after 'sandcrawler' stadium comments. A Minnesota Vikings executive has responded to Green Bay Packers fans calling his team's soon-to-be-new stadium a "sandcrawler from Star Wars." Click here for the full story. YouTube.com

  • Whitnall High School students grieve after classmate killed in bike crash. The community at Whitnall High School is grieving after learning a freshman there was killed while riding her bike in New Berlin over the weekend. Click here for the full story.

  • Cudahy man in critical condition after Milwaukee industrial accident. A 43-year-old man from Cudahy was cleaning a cement mixer when they became trapped inside. Click here for the full story.

  • Aaron Rodgers: 'It's time to let the healing process begin' toward Brett Favre. Rodgers appeared on the Jim Rome Show Wednesday and said he would be "excited" if Brett Favre is inducted into the Hall of Fame, and his number is retired with the Packers. Click here for the full story.

  • Pope, famous athletes, musicians and others tweet thoughts about Oklahoma tornado. Tweeters from all around the world are sharing their thoughts, emotions and prayers after the tornado which killed dozens in Oklahoma. Click here for the full story.

  • Medical Marvel: Mequon man becomes the first deaf doctor ever to graduate from the University of Wisconsin. Josh Reiher has made medical history. On Friday, May 17, he became the first deaf person to graduate from the University of Wisconsin medical school. Click here for the full story.

  • Child with ties to Fond du Lac among victims of Oklahoma tornado. Sydney Angle, 9, vanished when a massive tornado destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School. Search crews found the girl’s body a day later. Click here for the full story.

  • Big welcome for Donald Driver in Grafton. The Packers' legend visited John Long Middle School, after the school won the visit after collecting more than 70,000 items for Goodwill. Click here for the full story. Kristyna Wentz-Graff - Journal Sentinel

  • Search for missing college student from Milwaukee. Jessica Benson was set to graduate from Mount Mary College in Milwaukee last weekend. Instead, she's mysteriously disappeared and her family is pleading for help. Click here for the full story.